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May 19, 2006
Archbishop Curtiss:
Pope Benedict and Church tradition: Communion of believers enhances all times and all generations

Archdiocese to welcome four men to priesthood
The Archdiocese of Omaha will welcome four men to the priesthood Saturday, June 3. Archbishop Elden Francis Curtiss will preside at the 10 a.m. Mass at St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha. Read more >>

Mother donates her special talent to schools
Terry Wiese hasn't let a disability keep her from sharing her talents with her children's schools.

Born with osteogenesis imperfecta or 'brittle bone" disorder and confined to using crutches and at times a wheelchair, the 46-year-old is limited with what she can do physically, but creatively, her gifts are limitless. Read more >>

Two men to be ordained to transitional diaconate
Two men preparing for the priesthood will take another step in that journey May 26, when they are ordained to the transitional diaconate.

Archbishop Elden Francis Curtiss will ordain Marc Lim and Samuel Bandiera at 7 p.m. at St. Cecilia Cathedral in Omaha. Read more >>

Marian spends 50 years giving hope to world
It's a good thing to be 50.

That's what Elizabeth Kish, head of school at Marian in Omaha, said about celebrating the high school's 50th anniversary this year. Read more >>

Scholarship makes attending Catholic high school possible
Alicia Youngblood and Chrystine Russell are successful young women living in Omaha.

Youngblood is a senior at Creighton University majoring in pre-law and accounting. Russell, a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, works with students who have behavior problems at Sunny Slope Elementary. Read more >>

Archbishop Curtiss announces appointments
After consultation with the Priests' Personnel Board of the Archdiocese, and in accord with canons 523, 547, 1435 and the Pastor Tenure and Priest Assignment policy of the Archdiocese, Archbishop Elden Francis Curtiss has made the following appointments, effective June 22, 2006, unless otherwise noted:

Catholic Voice wins NPA awards
The Catholic Voice, the official newspaper for the Archdiocese of Omaha, won two awards at the 2006 Nebraska Press Association Convention in Lincoln. Read more >>

Religious artwork stolen from Immaculate Conception Church
The value of seven paintings stolen from Immaculate Conception Church in Omaha May 6 can't be measured in dollars and cents.

It's about a history.

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